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On April 8, 2024, participants both in and outside the eclipse path joined NASA to learn more about our Sun and Earth and the effects of a total solar eclipse.

Didn't get a chance to participate during the eclipse? Don't worry! Projects are still looking for participants to review the results and help with other experiments.

An illustrative poster shows the black silhouettes of five people of different heights wearing red eclipse glasses and looking at a total solar eclipse. One person points toward the eclipse. The eclipse is represented as a black disk surrounded by concentric circles of yellow and orange with white, orange, and red rays. Several spheres appear around the eclipse. At the bottom are the words “Through the eyes of NASA” and the NASA logo appears in the upper right.